HI, (first post, new Acorn user).
I am trying to use Acorn 5.6.6 (I’m on Yosemite 10.10.5) to edit some icons I am working on (for my own personal use).
The icon art in my first test is a 256 square PNG image.
I enlarge the picture to 1200, good to see that after 800% it shows pixel lines.
But less good is that the image is all fuzzy bits.
The only time I can see what is really at the pixel level (what color each pixel actually is), is when I hold the Color Picker dropper over a section of the image. Then in the circle it really shows exactly what each pixel has in it.
My Question: Is there a way to make the viewing canvas workspace display the image in that intentional bitmapped blocks? As if the whole thing was in a much larger color-picker viewing circle?
I had searched the forum for Pixel topics and while I found a few on icon and icns, the only one that seemed to focus on pixel working said to Layer / Rasterize. But that either does nothing to my image, or else it is just grayed-out.
I was hoping to find a “View Mode Pixels Not Fuzzy-Edges” … or something like that.